This week American tennis players – brothers John and Patrick McEnroe – are set to host a luxury tennis-themed safari tour in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA), where Indigenous Maasai people are protesting the Tanzanian government’s forced eviction of them from their ancestral homes. The “Epic Tanzania Tour” is organized
While speaking with Bloomberg on Wednesday, Harvard Professor, economist, Director of the National Economic Council under President Barack Obama, and Treasury Secretary under President Bill Clinton Larry Summers stated that auto worker unions have to push to get as much as they can “while they can” because the electric vehicle
Self-driving taxis are now operational in three American cities, and are undergoing testing in more than 12 others, per a report in Axios.
The world’s largest cruise ship five times larger than the Titanic has been deemed a “monstrosity” for its gargantuan size.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has welcomed more foreign travel recently as Arab capitals normalize relations with the Syrian government.But Syrian civilians looking to go abroad are not so lucky.
There are over 7,000 members of the Fabian Society.
On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” Congressional Budget Office Director Phillip Swagel stated that the U.S.
Indian commerce minister Piyush Goyal told attendees at an industry event on Tuesday that his country had surpassed $740 billion in goods and services exports, a record significantly higher than the $500 billion in exports that India documented between 2020 and 2021. India’s Economic Times noted that India documented
Fourteen state financial officers sent a letter to JPMorgan Chase’s CEO demanding the company stop engaging in what appears to be “politically motivated” de-banking around certain industries, individuals, and groups. “We urge Chase to immediately take steps to identify and address internal drivers of political or anti-religious bias that
A nursery based in Miami, Florida, is accused of discriminating against qualified Americans for blue-collar, agricultural jobs in Georgia, importing foreign H-2A visa workers instead.
Apple has slashed CEO Tim Cook’s pay by 40 percent following a recent shareholder vote questioning his massive compensation package.
The latest migration decree by Italy’s government represents a new low in its strategy of smearing and criminalizing nongovernmental organizations saving lives at sea.
For the past few months strikes have wrought havoc with the UK’s national infrastructure, and will likely continue to do so well into 2023. The run-up to Christmas saw postal strikes for the UK’s Royal Mail service. Throughout the second half of 2022, transport strikes were routine. There’
Russian Foreign Ministry official Zamir Kabulov said on Wednesday that Russia and India are taking steps to use their respective national currencies for trading with each other, instead of using U.S.
An outsourcing firm with Fortune 500 clients hired foreign H-1B visa workers for Information Technology (IT) jobs over qualified Americans, a Department of Justice (DOJ) settlement reveals.